This collection revolves around the idea of reducing, poverty, exhaustion, love, and fragility.
It is about an obsession. What fuels it, what makes it alive, and how it triggers our actions, to build, and to destroy.
Like an image plane, a series of objects in suspension above reality. Short of breath, out of strength, stripped back to the bare essential. The materials are sanded, washed-out, and worn-down.
Here is a frail in the razor-sharp precision of the handwork and its roughness at the micro-scale. These garments are an invitation to take the time to observe, to probe, and to stroke.
The sensation of sanded silk, peeling python skin, the worn feeling of recycled denim, the combined weight and fragility of stringed beads.
I put myself in a sensual, physical, and personal relationship with the garment. I don’t work with mood boards composed of images, but with emotions, sensations, and objects that I craft and which act as a starting point to materialize my collection.